The Seahawks may have planned on signing a veteran backup quarterback anyway, but Trevone Boykin’s latest ill-timed incident guarantees it, writes John Clayton.
No one expected the Seahawks to be this active in free agency. A team that believes in building through the draft, the Seahawks have eaten up close to $17 million of cap room by signing seven players to one-year deals as of Thursday afternoon. They were also able to re-sign tight end Luke Willson and […]
The thought of Marshawn Lynch returning to the NFL, most likely with the Oakland Raiders, is definitely real, but a lot of things need to be figured out before anything could happen.
What is next for the Seahawks in free agency after signing Eddie Lacy and Luke Joeckel? John Clayton maps out the areas of interest left for Seattle.
Eddie Lacy may not have been the best running back on the free agent market, but he was the biggest. For what Pete Carroll needed, bigger was better. To go back to the style of running that made the Seahawks a perennial Super Bowl contender, he needed the bigger back. Big worked for him at […]
With the first wave of free agency concluding, John Clayton looks at the Seahawks’ signing of Luke Joeckel, their bid for T.J. Lang and their decision to not tender DeShawn Shead.
The Seahawks picked the right year to need to add secondary depth through the draft, and that could mean UW stars like Budda Baker or Kevin King could end up staying in Seattle.
John Clayton shares five Seahawks takeaways from the scouting combine, including his thoughts about Seattle adding an offensive lineman or two in free agency.
This year’s draft is deep at positions that align with some of the Seahawks’ needs. Here are 10 players they might want to pay close attention to at the scouting combine.
John Clayton writes about the possibility of the Seahawks going after Adrian Peterson or Jamaal Charles in free agency, contending that it would only make sense at a significantly reduced price.